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Financial risk management: an end user perspective

By: Chance, Don M.
Publisher: Singapore; World Scientific, 2020Description: 832p.ISBN: 9811202672.Subject(s): Financial risk | Financial risk managementDDC classification: 658.155 CHA/F Summary: In the field of financial risk management, The ‘sell side’ is the set of financial Institutions who offer risk management products to corporations, governments, and institutional investors, who comprise the ‘buy side’. the sell side is often at a significant advantage as it employs Quantitative experts who provide specialized knowledge. Further, the existing body of knowledge on risk management, while extensive, is highly technical and mathematical and is directed to the sell side. This book levels The playing field by approaching risk management from the buy side instead, focusing on educating corporate and institutional users of risk management products on the essential knowledge they need to be an intelligent buyer. Rather than teach financial engineering, This volume covers the principles that the buy side should know to enable it to ask the right questions and avoid being misled by the complexity often presented by the sell side. Written in a user-friendly manner, This textbook is ideal for graduate and Advanced undergraduate classes in finance and risk management, MBA students specializing in finance, and corporate and institutional investors. The text is accompanied by extensive supporting material including exhibits, end-of-chapter questions and problems, solutions, and PowerPoint slides for lecturers.
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In the field of financial risk management, The ‘sell side’ is the set of financial Institutions who offer risk management products to corporations, governments, and institutional investors, who comprise the ‘buy side’. the sell side is often at a significant advantage as it employs Quantitative experts who provide specialized knowledge. Further, the existing body of knowledge on risk management, while extensive, is highly technical and mathematical and is directed to the sell side. This book levels The playing field by approaching risk management from the buy side instead, focusing on educating corporate and institutional users of risk management products on the essential knowledge they need to be an intelligent buyer. Rather than teach financial engineering, This volume covers the principles that the buy side should know to enable it to ask the right questions and avoid being misled by the complexity often presented by the sell side. Written in a user-friendly manner, This textbook is ideal for graduate and Advanced undergraduate classes in finance and risk management, MBA students specializing in finance, and corporate and institutional investors. The text is accompanied by extensive supporting material including exhibits, end-of-chapter questions and problems, solutions, and PowerPoint slides for lecturers.

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